I'm knee deep in sports pictures right now. I'm still creating them with the lessons in Debbie Hodge's Building Pages class. The left page of this layout uses her "shelf" idea. And this next page is based on the concept of dividing a page:
I used a sketch of hers for this layout. I'm not sure I'm sold on her idea of overlapping photos (a technique she employs a lot) for this layout, but I'm glad I gave it a try. The last layout uses the technique of stacking photos to create a column:
I like how it gave me a space for a nice and visually interesting journaling block. All-in-all, I scrapped 11 pages today! It was fun, but my altered art muse is calling. Hope to do some houses and art journal pages this weekend.
1. A "wild heart" - a naturally occurring heart (like the rock above, but it doesn't have to be a rock) 2. A footprint or pawprint 3. A skeleton, bone or x-ray 4. A book or magazine read during 2016 5. A porch or deck 6. A camper (caravan) 7. A family gathering 8. A drawing, art project, artistic photograph, scrapbook page, greeting card, or art journal page created by you. 9. Someone playing with, in, or around water. 10. A bicycle 11. Fresh produce 12. A window 13. The moon 14. A buffet of food 15. A team logo 16. A map showing a trip taken during the time period 17. Twins 18. A supermarket cart, basket or trolley full of groceries 19. A seasonal cocktail or beverage 20. Someone laughing 21. A photograph of you with a newspaper or calendar page from the time period covered in the Hunt. Note: you may not use a substitute for this item. Alternatives - if you're having trouble finding any of the above, you may substitute from this list (but you may not substitute for item #21): alternative 1: a lighthouse alternative 2: a baby (human or animal)